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Trusting the Master is Ultimate!

Trust in your master is something that neither emnates from one's so called intellectual reasoning nor from an emotional heart. The mind helps Understand and heart helps in creating faith but Trust... emnates from experimenting with truth and experiencing the truth.

"Being around the Master, observing his body language helps you take longer spiritual strides", says Master. As much as one would like to be, one's worldly trappings prevent you from being around Him. Having said that, I must also admit that I never miss being around Him because He is always there with you, in every single thought, every activity performed, at home, at work, just everywhere.

100 days ago, it felt like you had lost the Master's hand that held and lead you...Like a little kid when lets go the mother's hand among the madding crowds at a Kumbha Mela...lost directionless, crying, distraught, orphaned...except that a few siblings that huddled together and comforted each other...
But the smiling saint, kept smiling...keeps smiling
And now, we are smiling again.

His right to religious freedom, his right to preach and propagate his religious beliefs and as a result his right to carry on an occupation/profession stand curtailed...
He continues to smile...

Look at how our criminal justice system works. After organising a manhunt as if it were to nail a terrorist/ fugitive, posting advertisements calling in victims to file complaints, patting themselves for making the arrest, slapping sections as serious as 376 of the IPC, holding a person in custody for 53 days, interrogating the remotest of witnesses and to finally rest their case based on non-availability of a complainant or a complaint!?! When there was no victim, how could there be a perpetrator?!
He continues to smile...
Hail Indian media... who have put their TRPs above all...invasion of privacy of individuals, disrespecting religious sentiments of people, conducting media trials and passing judgements, taking for granted privacy/dignity/integrity of all women especially film stars and last but not least doing a complete somersault in taking positions on the matter itself! Hail Indian media who hasnt ceased to continue to publish derogatory material, believes they are eligible to comment on the nuances of Hindu religion and spirituality. And we thought they are trained only in journalism.
All on the basis of a video CD which is inadmissible as evidence.
He continues to smile...

Soon his infectious enlightened smile will put that smile back on a million or more faces...

Special salutations to those disciples who were steadfast, taking on suspision, speculations, abuses, mockery and humiliation!
Nithya Bhaktanandaji whose Guru Bhakti stunned the officers, Nithya Gyananandaji and Nithya Satchitanandaji who held on and guided fellow disciples, disciples like Nithya Prananandaji and Nithya Atmaprabhanandaji who I saw moving amongst the commoners in mufti (looking uncomfortable in trousers n a shirt yet carrying on with their duties unperturbed) and most importantly the brahmacharins...even on a crowded day like Gurupoornima when lakhs of devotees que up, at night the areas surrounding Nithyanandapuri would seem dark and scary. And at a vulnerable time when He was not at the Ashram and several inmates had exited, while the ashram wore a deserted look, Ma Nithya Satchitanandaji, Nithya Priyananda, Nithya Shantananda, Nithya Achalananda and many more just held on...not knowing what the future held in store for them...

My salutations to their spiritual strength and their GuruBhakthi! Just reminding all of us that these are young, highly educated people who have quit high flying jobs and everything else to be here.

Trusting the Master...helps retain the trust in oneself.

He shall return...and brand Paramahamsa Nithyananda will be fashionable all over again! Nithyanandam...
Malavika Avinash

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No words to express by happiness!

dear swamiji my heartiest pranam to you, its a big relief to see you back,i want to hear from you swamiji please share your feelings with us through you tube, i want your blessings and deep vitarka much stronger than before .
please give me your darshan swamiji and bless me and my child shivam .
om namah shivaya

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No words...

Dearest Gurudev,
Hey, nithya i feel like writing so many things but when i want to write i feel there is nothing to write. I call you nithya because u r more than a guru to me, meaning i feel that u r god, we call our gods by name like govinda, krishna, rama... The idols of gods will always have smiling face in happiness and sorrow and u to have the same smiling face during joy and distress, i have not seen such a face which has so much of kalae. Nithya when i saw your smiling face for the first time, i prayed that even i should have smiling face
because many people have told me that i have a sad face. Now that you are out of jail my soul is dancing with joy. Oh, god because you are in human form i feel insecure about your life because of mindless cruel people. We need you. Take care.
Ma Anand Indirani

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Views of a Supreme Court Advocate on Bail Condition

Nithyanandam, I am enclosing the views of a top Advocate who has been campaigning against the atrocities of media and expressed boldly His valuable opinions on Swamij's case on all occations:
This flamboyant Advocate has put up his views on the current Bail out conditions in the case of Swamiji.I strongly feel this information and views must reach all devotees and a comprehensive collective opinions of the devotees must reach the judiciary to bring about needed amendments by the Govt body.

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Kv Dhananjay Am I the only one perplexed at this condition on which bail has been granted by Hon'ble High Court of Karnataka for Swami Nityananda - 'no preaching'? Since when did a Court of law acquire a judicial power to enforce merit in religious or spiritual matters? I am amused first and truly amazed next - all, with due respects to the Court.

Kv Dhananjay Well, a judicial Order should always be respected, whether it be good or bad. Aggrieved devotees may apply to the High Court seeking 'removal of preaching bar'. Certainly, the HC cannot then say that it knows what's best for devotees; more than what devotees themselves think is best for them. Simple.Top of Form

Shawn Bhibekshan Chowdhry

what bothers me is not the decision but why is the supreme court overlooking these sorts of biases and decisions taken under coerce from political parties and groups who are very much against the swamis who are championing the cause of vedas and holding the vedic tradition high. The tragedy is the Indian media which is supposed to be independent ... See Moreand must have high standards have become the mouth piece of these groups who are hell bent upon destroying the vedic traditions. Swami Nithyananda is one such leader who has shown at a very young that he has the intellect and knowledge to teach vedic sciences, has the guts and dare to take on all those anti-vedic tradition groups and has the vision and leadership to change the dynamics in not only India but Worldwide and bring a spiritual revolution across all faiths and nations. The missionaries and the athiests in the South must be countered with a full force to save our values and bring a vedic renaisance.

Raajaananda Nithya

Yes, I am also perplexed... how can the court enforce this kind of a power?? Paramahamsa Nithyananda has been preaching the same truths that were always there in our Vedic Tradition, he simply says it in a way and manner in which people in the present day can understand.
Sir, don't you feel there are some fundamental rights that are being taken away from Paramahamsa Nithyananda?

Swarupananda Nithya

Sir,U are absolutely right.There are no rights to stop the religious activities of any person.that too doing to a great religious master is ridiculous.

Shawn Bhibekshan Chowdhry

Time and again truth has been suppressed, poisoned and lynched, the only way is to stand up against those who violate the fundamentals of truth and freedom and remove them from the chairs of power.

Sri Nithya Sri Priyan

Nithyanadam, there is a real need to address this issue.There is persistent bullying in the case of Swamiji, without cognizance of human rights and fundamental rights of Indian citizen.I cannot understand how the highest offices of justice is not observant of the facts when they have clearly found no clear cut evidences to call a person criminal ... See Moreis held for over 2 months and offer him bail on conditions that is inappropriate.Every conscious intellectual citizen of India must address this . With all due respects to Honorable courts and Justices and Indian Public,as citizen of India and devotee of Swamiji, we humbly request the Honorable judiciary must reconsider the conditions of Bail.We as devotees of Swamij also express our gratitude to the Honorable Judiciary for having passed the bail order for release of Swamiji.

All devotees of Swamiji have certainly all the respects and gratitude towards the Judiciary for granting Bail to Swamiji. Even though there is no direct evidence or cases to implicate any criminal charges against Swamiji, He had been held in justly over 50days, the Bail Conditions are certainly a not a digestible matter for the Devotees who eagerly waited for Swamiji's release.

However the matter may require dire attention , let us all enjoy the bliss of Our Swamiji in our midst and make a positive approach through the legal means to release the bindings of the Bail and let all of us drench in the blissful rain of our Beloved Swamiji's Programs and Discourses.

Once Swamiji permits all devotees can join in requests and pleadings along with Dhyanapeetam and this address issue equivocally.
First let us enjoy the Bliss of return of Swamiji to Dhyanapeetam-present moment.
Sri Nithya Sri Priyan

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Thank You and Soooo Happy Swamiji is back at Bidadi

Nithyanandam swamji,

It's a great relief to hear swamji is back in bidadi, thank you so much swamiji for coming back to bidadi....

take care swamji, love you always.....Swamiji lots and lots of miracle happens in my life during your tenure of isolation for some time..and for me it's like it took one man to go on isolation to make me understand and experience the true teachings of life....

Thank you again from bottom of my heart swamji...Even during your isolation there's lots of your teachings became experience and part of my life....Thank you so much for Your Sacrifices....

Thank you again swamji,

In gratitude,

Sri Nithya Pranavamayan

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Woo Hoo HE's out!!!

Nithyanandam dear ones all,
Doubtless you may have heard, but please post on the blogspot!! SwamiJi was released Sat June 12 at 6:15 PM from the jail and returned to Bidadi ashram. The Dhyanapeetam website reports that he returned safely and is now settling back at "home".
Eh Ma HO!!!!
blissfully in Nithyananda
Ma Sarvavidyaa

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Happy to hear news about bail

Hello Swami Nithyananda,
I am very glad to hear you have been bailed and I am worryingly waiting for Monday to come and you come back and spread peace and love to the people once more.
thank you Swamiji
Love & regards
Vikram Sharma

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Nirahara Prarthana (Fasting Prayer) at Nithyananda Dhyanapeetam Ashram on 5th & 6th June


Nirahara Prarthana (Fasting Prayer) at Nithyananda Dhyanapeetam Ashram on 5th & 6th June

Ashramites and devotees of Paramahamsa Nithyananda come together on June 5th and 6th for a Nirahara Prarthana (Fasting Prayer) for the release of their beloved guru. The Nirahara Prarthana is being observed at Nithyananda Dhyanapeetam’s ashram at Bidadi near Bangalore.

While ashramites have been observing regular fasting and chanting for Nithyananda’s early release on bail, selected devotees from Bangalore and other places join them in the prayer over the weekend. Other devotees join in the prayer at various satsang centers in their own areas.

On 5th June, the Nirahara Prarthana started at 7 a.m. with Nithya Dhyaan meditation and Guru Pooja, followed by worship at the ancient sacred banyan tree. Day-long purascharana (chanting), meditation and aarati are also being performed in the Anandeshwara temple in the ashram.

The Nirahara Prarthana is also being observed at Nithyananda’s Vedic Temples in the USA, and by followers in Malaysia, Singapore and other places worldwide. Devotees who do not have access to a satsang center will join in the prayer from their homes.

The bail hearing of Nithyananda, who has been in custody since April 21st this year, is scheduled for June 8th. Nithyananda’s followers are convinced of their guru’s innocence and are hoping for a favorable verdict

Following are some of the pictures of Ashramites and Devotees observing Fasting Prayer (Nirahara Prarthana).

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Nithyananda has no role in Sri Sri's attack


Published on Deccan Chronicle (http://www.deccanchronicle.com)

Nithyananda has no role: Ashram

Jun 02 2010

June 1: The Nithyananda Dhyanapeetam has denied any role in the firing at the Art of Living campus on Kanakapura Road. Dhyanapeetam officials stated that Nithyananda is being made a scapegoat for “any incident that happens anywhere in the country”.

The founder of AoL Sri Sri Ravishankar’s harsh criticisms of Nithyananda for his sexcapade was also suspected to be the reason behind the firing. After state DGP Ajai Kumar Singh termed the firing as just an ‘incident’ and not an ‘attack’, different theories were being floated as the gunman had fired from a distance of 750 ft.
“We would like to categorically state that Nithyananda Dhyanapeetam is in no way involved with any such incident. In these tough times when our guru Paramahamsa Nithyananda is in judicial custody and is facing baseless allegations, it really pains us to be dragged into such absurd conspiracy theories related to incidents with which we are in no way related,’’ a Dhyanapeetam staff said.

He also said the Sri Sri himself has termed the allegations, that he wanted to take over all the trusts managed by Nithyananda, as baseless. “Since there is no victim in cases against Nithyananda attempts are being made to implicate him in other false cases. Till today in the said matter for which Paramahamsa Nithyananda is arrested and is in judicial custody there has been no further progress,” the officials said. Nithyananda’s bail application will come up for hearing on June 8.

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Fervent appeal to release Swamiji soon

To whom it may concern

Respected Sir/ Madam,

I am a Mauritian , now living in Australia, 34 yo, ex-teacher in college , now self employed.
I am really puzzled how people can be so close minded. Cant you see Nithyananda is a genuine yogi !
I myself have been practising meditation for approx 14 years now.

Well, history repeats itself again and again. Lots of people wishing good for the mankind have been ill treated since the dawn of human civilisation by negative people. There are lots of examples as you surely know; Do not be one of those people.

If I compare Nithyananda with Jesus, You might find it hard to beleive, but definitely you are comparable to those people who have thrown stones at Jesus or Laughed at him and judged him where there was nothing he did wrong.

Release Nithyananda . Human civilisation needs people like him.


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Living in utter insecurity and bliss!



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Time for Journalists to Wake Up and do a Reality Check - for a change... (whew !!!)


Here is an interesting article showing that crazies and corruption still has a playing hand in India..! Time for every Responsible Journalist who is also a Responsible citizen and all the Intelligent ones to wake up and see !! Stand UP !!

I urge the Media and Responsible People, Stand up and start promoting the 7000 Hours of Discourses on YouTube by our Master - Purely Promoting our RICH VEDIC CULTURE, HERITAGE, SCIENCE, TRUTHS, DHARMA and also PROUDLY Standing Up and PROMOTING INDIA - OUR BHARAT Culture, and ALL THE ENLIGHTENED MASTERS of INDIA with such Dignity, Grace in Every Foreign Country !!

Stand Up for Our Enlightened Masters who are Pure Cosmic Intelligence, Stand Up for our culture and Justice !! Stop being ruled and being Brutally Abused by unelightened, ignorant, immoral Crazies !!!!


Brahmins have become the Dalits

Fran├žois GautierFirst Published : 27 May 2010 11:27:00 PM ISTLast Updated : 27 May 2010 12:24:53 AM IST

The caste system has been the most vilified aspect of Hindu society at the hands of Western scholars. And this has greatly contributed to India’s lack of national pride, as you hardly find any Indian who is not ashamed of caste, especially if he talks to a Westerner. Much of this shame originated with the idea that it was the Aryans who devised the caste system. And thus English missionaries and later, American preachers, were able to convert tribes and low caste Hindus by telling them : “ you, the aborigines, the tribals, the Harijans, are the original inhabitants of India, and you should discard Hinduism, the religion of the Aryans and embrace, Christianity, the true religion”.

Thus was born the great Aryan invasion theory, of two civilisations, that of the low caste Dravidians and the high caste Aryans, always pitted against each other — which has endured, as it is still today being used by some Indian politicians. It has also been enshrined in all history books — Western, and unfortunately also Indian, although all the latest linguistic, archaeological and satellite mapping, show that there never was an Aryan invasion. This theory has also made Indians look westwards, instead of taking pride in their past and present achievements.

Yet, once upon a time, caste was an arrangement for the distribution of functions in society, just as much as class in Europe, but the principle on which this distribution was based was unique and adapted to India’s social needs. It is true that the caste system degenerated and that it bred exploitation and abuses, which were often unforgivable. But look at today: it is the Brahmins who have become the Dalits of India. Brahmins are in minority in most of the UP villages, where Dalits constitute 60 to 65 per cent ; most of the intellectual Brahmin Tamil class has emigrated outside Tamil Nadu; the average income of Brahmins is less than that of non-Brahmins; a high percentage of Brahmin students drop out at the intermediate level ; 75 per cent of domestic help and cooks in Andhra Pradesh are Brahmins; and most of Delhi’s public toilets are cleaned by Brahmins (Brahmins of India by J. Radhakrishna, published by Chugh Publications, 2007).

It is also true that India has been trying to get away from the caste system in the last 60 years. And with some success: it is difficult today to distinguish the upper caste from the Dalit, in a plane, an hotel or shopping mall. The government has also implemented many schemes that did successfully empower the lower castes both at the educational and social level, even if this system has sometime been perverted. But the people who demand today a caste census, do not want it to alleviate caste and poverty. They want it because in today’s India, it is enough to have the voices of the Muslims and the Dalits to be elected. It is at best a cynical ploy, and at worst one that will hurt India and divide it more and more as the British had wished.

What is sure is that if there is a caste census, the greatest sufferers will be the ‘other’ non-Dalit Hindus, who constitute nearly 40 per cent of the Hindu community (unfortunately they are hopelessly divided). Indeed, we live today in an India where Hindus, the overwhelming majority of this country, are treated like an inconsequential minority. An India, where it’s okay to free the two Muslims convicted by the Mumbai police for helping in the 26/11 Mumbai attacks, but where Swami Nityananda, a grown-up adult, who had consensual sex with a grown-up woman, is thrown in jail. An India, where the so called-Hindu terrorists of Malegaon, or Ajmer, languish in prison without ever having been convicted, but where those guilty of having killed so many people in the German Bakery of Pune, have never been caught, as there is no political will to do so. An India, where many institutions have been subverted by the Government to the point that in exchange for Mayawati’s support in the recent cut motion, the CBI lifted all cases against her. An India which is supposed to be the largest democracy in the world, but where phones are tapped, where politicians who take thousands of crores as bribes, get away with it, and where people are scared to speak aloud. An India where Sir Mark Tully (who most definitely wrote Hindutva, Sex & Adventures), is considered an icon of ‘fair’ journalism, whereas, when he was BBC’s correspondent, he set standards in reporting on South Asia, which still stand today and harm India’s image. Even though since the mid-Eighties, Pakistan encouraged, financed, trained and armed Kashmiri separatism, Tully always made it a point to say: “India accuses Pakistan to foster separatism in Kashmir”; or : “elections are being held in Indian- held Kashmir”; or “Kashmir militants ” have attacked an army post, instead of “terrorists”. All the other foreign journalists, yesterday and today have followed the BBC’s benchmarks.

This hostile attitude, pioneered by the BBC, may have also partially influenced President Obama’s South Asia policy, whereas he thinks he can fight terror by making a frontline state of the very country which fosters three-fourths of the terror attacks in the world. He is also tightening the screws on India so that it negotiates with Pakistan, even at the cost of compromising on its sovereignty in Kashmir. Obama is finally pressuring Manmohan Singh to give up India’s military nuclear programme, leaving it at the mercy of not only Pakistan’s, but also China’s formidable nuclear arsenal. The government may have come to a secret agreement with US on all these points. The caste census is just another ploy to subvert democracy in the name of democracy.


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Support from New Yort City!

Thank you for giving me the opportunity to state my support and let people know what I feel.

Swami Ji said one time or many, that everything is auspicious. This made me think a lot and I came to the conclusion that what ever happens out there is of my making too and in the end, what I strife for is happiness. He sacrifice himself like a lamb for the purpose of getting to know myself. Great compassion indeed. And suppose he is a fraud, it is a win win situation.

I still feel the same way and I still revere him for what he is. In the end I put the meaning to what happens outside me and... it is auspicious and I thank him for his compassion and his sacrifice. I can't wait to see him again in New York City!! Hope is soon!!! :) He will be back better, bigger, stronger and more powerful!


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